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>> good morning everyone. i am patly ann brown. >> i am heather childers. thank you for joining us. it is tuesday november 6th election day. thank you for watching fox and friends first. it is election day and the first official votes of the race have been cast and counted. polls in dixville, knox and heartsville opened at midnight. they pride themselves on being first in the nation.
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they have 46 registered voters. the results are already in. mitt romney 5, president obama 5. it is the first time, by the way, in dixville notch history that it tied. >> voters will start heading to the polls across the country. here's a look at which states opened their polling places at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. they include key swing states such as new hampshire and virginia. a handful of states start voting 30 minutes after that at 6:30 am eastern time. one of those states coveted ohio. ainsley earhardt live in our new york headquarters tracking battle ground states. doug lieu zahered looking at the last minute plans in ohio and pennsylvania. >> we start with kelly wright on president obama's final stops in the campaign trails. good morning to you. even though the president was criticized for the handling of
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benghazi and the economy his final closing argument is focusing on trusting him for four more years. he heyed the last campaign stops he needs in order to get elected. the president accompanied rock star bruce springsteen said he wants to move the country forward he has more work to do to deliver the hope and change he campaigned on 4 years ago. we didn't know what challenges would come. we didn't know how deep the crisis would turnout but we knew we would get through those. >> president obama says it is his last campaign. if he loses to mitt romney the president says he will not rudge again in 2016. so his last day of campaigning
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spoke to the polls he had an heair of nostalgia. he made no attacks but stuck to expressing his general principals about his vision for america. >> when we talk about change we know what it looks like because we fought for it. we have the scars to prove it. i have the gray hair to show it. sometime it is has been hard, sometime it is has been frustrating. we understand that. but what we also know is when we decide to make a difference, when americans come together. >> the president will stay at his home in chicago today. he will play a game of basketball as he did on election day four years ago. he will appeal to voters by satellite interviews. kelly wright live for us in
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washington. mitt romney's campaign going into over drive. he's trying to meet and greet as many voters as possible. doug luzader has more. >> you look at the national landscape a lot of states in gray what do you stop campaigning? it is today they have added two states to the itinerary ohio and pennsylvania. that was after a big step by mitt romney in new hampshire. it was a huge crowd in manchest manchester. it is where the romney campaign took off. romney is vowing to deliver if in fact the state helped make him the next president. you see accomplishing real change is not something i just talk about it is something i
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have done. one i will do when i am president of the united states. >> this last minute schedule change could really be the pivot point. he is hoping to unite the country with the swing state voters that that may still be on the fence. >> many of you in new hampshire look at the challenges we face as a nation not first as a republican or a democrat but as an american. you watched what happened in this country in the last four years with independent view. you hope that president obama would live up to his promise to bring people together. this solto solve the big proble. he hasn't, i will. >> the romney campaigning until the very end today is going to be a very long night. especially if this is any
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indication. >> doug luzader live in washington. thanks. it is all about getting that magic number of 270 electoral votes. president obama and mitt romney both know just one state could make or break their campaign. ainsley earhardt talks about what state will decide it all. >> every vote counts especially in this state. both campaigns will be focused on a handful of states. the first state all eyes will be on is virginia. 14 states in virginia. president owe bam bhauz the only democrat to win since 1980. the race is a dead heat. next north carolina polls close at 7:30 p.m. president obama hasn't campaign there had in weeks.
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ohio, no republican has ever won the presidency without winning ohio. the biggest prize among the swing states 29 votes. the 2000 recount is still a vif individual memory. romney has a small lead there demonstrating how close this campaign is. there are just four votes at stake in new hampshire. both spending time there during the home stretch. one possible wild card, pennsylvania. if mitt romney wins it's 20 votes it could be difficult for president obama to make up ground. he had a late surge in the polls and will head there today. four key states close at 9:00 p.m. that includes paul ryan from the state of wisconsin. ten votes there it has gone democratic since 88. 2000 and 2004 were decided by less than half a percentage point. president obama won colorado four years ago but mitt romney has it there.
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polls close in minnesota and in michigan at 9. in iowa democratic in five of the last elections. mitt romney scored endorsements from all 4 major newspapers there. nevada both close at 10:00. the president has a small but steady lead there. as the numbers are coming in maybe you can help determine who is going to win. how will they resinate with viewers? >> the two closing arguments i would rather be making the type of one that romney is making than the one that president obama is making. the president is burdened by a record he has basically not done what he said he would do. that is a huge problem for him. so necessarily there is a larger component to dump it on the
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other guy in his closing argument than it is in romney. romney talking about hope and change. that's what obama said four years ago. that's a more uplifting final argument to make. romney looks happier and comfortable with himself making it. the president seems a little weary a little horse and glad to have this over with. i think that's what romney is doing and saying may be a little more attractive. >> if the president does lose reelection what would be the reason? bill o'reilly has his take on that a little bit lart. >> it is time to brew on this. here's our question. what is driving you to the polls today. >> send us your comments. you can send them over to us, tweet them to us at fox friend first or shoot us an e-mail@foxfriendsfirst@foxnews. com. we will read them late ner the show. always love goading those. the time now is 9 minutes after the hour. two different candidates two very different tones. >> don't boo, vote.
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vote. voting is the best revenge. >> i have the americask the per to vote for love of country. >> what will resinate with voters? our political panel is here to weigh in. >> candidates spent a year trying to on vince vot-- convin voters they are the ones to pick. bill o'reilly weighs in.
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>> when you make your choice, part of wha you are choosing is trust. >> we can begin a better tomorrow tomorrow. with the help of the people in florida that's exactly what is going to happen. >> it's the moment of truth,
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election day. in florida a record setting information of people flock to the voteling. we are live from a polling station at the university of central florida. hi, ray. >> that's right. all eyes will be here in central florida. a whole bunch of people are expected to come out here in the ucs arena. the long lines and people that came out to vote there are longer lines today. the poerls opened in florida about two hours from now. we know with this particular polling spot there were a lot of problems during the 2008 presidential election. the county didn't have enough staff members and extra polling staff had to be brought here to accommodate the massive crowds.
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we understand students waited as long as 5 and a half hours in order to cast their ballots. of course florida is important. president obama was supposed to speak here at the campus to rally democratic supporters but had to cancel that event because of hurricane sandy. but we know a lot of students are expected to vote here. ucf campus is the second largest campus in the country. we know in the 2008 presidential election 23 million young people voted during that election. we will wait to see the numbers of how many young people vote in this presidential election. the uccucc -- we are live outsi ucf campus. >> thank you so much live in orlando. the candidates they have spent over a year making their case to the american people.
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comb bill o'reilly talks about in giving his analalysis. >> if president obama loses the election it would be because he could not convince america that his big government philosophy would improve the economy. even though mr. obama has that trouble in other areas like libya it is the economy that has made this election a struggle for him. the cold truth is, the president has not improved the american economy. if you were voting just on that you will vote against him. >> if mitt romney loses it will be because he did not get his message out. over the past three weeks of the campaign the governor has played it very cautious. he did a few meaningful interviews relying on local campaigning in key states to put him over the top. they do not endorse political candidates believing you are smart enough to know who afor w you want to vote.
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it is my job to look out for the country so i will be blunt. voting for obama can be risky. he was not concerned about the debt and did not cut government spending very much. for all of your election coverage our special coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. the time now is 16 after the top of the hour. coming up two different candidates, two very different tones. >> don't boo, vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> i ask the american people to vote for love of country. >> so what will resinate with voters? our political panel weighs in up next. that's double miles you can actually use... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got 'blacked out'. [ brother ] but it's the family party! really jingles your bells, doesn't it?
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>> mitt romney is hoping to change pennsylvania this year. he will be paining a stop in the battle ground state actually today. his concern there is how sandy is going to effect people getting to the polls. wtfx stephanie expo seat toe is live at a polling site relocated because of the storm at the last minute. stephanie? >> good morning, heather. i am in regalesville about an hour outside philadelphia near eastern pennsylvania. if you are not familiar with the area it is a very rural area lots of trees and power lines were tangled when hurricane sandy hit. this is the regalville firehouse. it was supposed to originally the polling place was supposed to be at the borough hall. there is still power there. there are about a,000 households that still don't have power.
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doesn't souped like a lot. but on friday there were about 50,000 without power including hundreds of polling places. they had to make quick last minute changes. they also extended the deadline for saabsentee ballots. to make things easier for people hard hit for the storm. that wasn't the only last minute change, though, because sandy hit pretty hard and made the state carry a little more weight in this election. some people calling this now a swing state. it is a critical region for winning the state of pennsylvania. typically it goes blue -- or red rather, but in 2008 the county went for president obama. really it will all turnout. back to you heather. who can get the most numbers out there? thank you very much stephanie ex seat toe, thank you. >> some call this the most negative in history. >> at the time a candidate by the name of mitt romney...
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(booing) >> no, no, don't boo, vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> president obama asked supporters to vote for revenge. (booing) >> for revenge. i ask the american people to vote for love of country. >> so what will resinate with voters? let's ask fox news contributor san tina jackson and the former deputy assistant to george w. bush. was the revenge comment a mistake by the president? >> i think that it was miss chafshth ris characterized. living well is the best revenge. voting well is the best you can do to display your feelings about where you want the country to go. as i talk to the people who were
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voting they didn't want revenge they wanted to avenge the vote and change the negativity but in the past four years. >> patti ann revenge is not the word of a winner. revenge is the word of a loser. look at the contrast between the way president obama ended the campaign and how romney ended the campaign on a hopeful positive note. the best things in america are heyed of us. if we change the direction we are going in. i think voters have to post the election. am i better off today than i was four years ago. is romney or obama the right person to take america to where we need to be? i happen believe romney had the best positive message tore change. >> 87 percent of the ads this election cycle have been negative. people say they hate them but the polls show they are
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effective. do they turn people off or do they work? >> it is not a healthy thing spiritually. i think at the end of the day americans want to move in a positive direction. we are moving in a positive direction. what did not happen four years ago was a positive -- well an accurate description of where we really were. we were really in the midst of the great depression. we were losing 365,000 a month. we are adding jobs, now should we be adding more? y. it took fdr a lot. >> can they ignore them and keep a positive message. >> surrogates fight back against negative campaigning. he hasn't taken the base that the president and surrogates have delivered for us. he has taken the high road. leadership requires us to look
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forward not look back. the president has made president bush the excuse for the entire presidency. he had the answer for anything for america. sadly he had none. if it wasn't for bad news he wasn't have made bad news on the economy and immigration and debt. >> thank you both so much for joining us on this election morning. >> get out and vote. >> the time 26 minutes after the hour. ann coulter says there's one reason why mitt romney is going to win she says. >> most of all everyone sees obama care coming down the track. that is the end of america. >> we are going to have more from her when we come back. also the polls are not open but there are already reports of voter fraud even in key swing
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friends first". >> voters will start heading across the polls. they open polling places at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. they are voting 30 minutes after that. one of those the key swing states ohio. >> the candidates we start with brand new video into the fox newsroom of president obama and the first lady arriving in chicago. kelly wright has all of the details. as the president heads to election day this is it for president obama. with that in mind he asked the american people to trust him. the president made his final campaign speech as a candidate where his journey to the white house got a big push four years
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ago in iowa. after first lady michelle obama spoke to a crowd he gave her a long embrace. meantime the boss bruce springsteen performed a song that captured the president's theme of moving the country forward. in his remarks the president said he has more work to do to deliver the home and change he campaigned on four years ago. >> oo we have made real progress the past four years. remember here tonight because we have more work to do. we are not done yet on this journey. we have got more roads to travel. as long as there was a single american who lost jobs an can't find one or work isn't done. >> the president told voters his reelection is out of his hands now. that is up to the american people to decide if he will serve four more years.
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they made campaign rallies making earlier stops in wisconsin and ohio key battle ground state before making his final closing argument in iowa. >> after all of the months of campaigning, after all of the rallies, after the millions of dollars of ads, it all comes down to you. it is out of my hands now. it is in yours. all of it depends on what you do. >> you heard me mention some of the key battle ground states including ohio, iowa and wisconsin. in those particular states now the president appears to have a slight edge. as of today the president will spend election day in the home town of chicago. he is expected to appeal to voters in a satellite interview. he hopes to play a game of basketball as he did on election day four years ago. >> kelly wright, live in washington. thank you. >> mitt romney won't quit. while president obama will be
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off the trail today governor romney is attending the final hours of his campaign to reach as many voters as possible. >> before we get to our live report from doug luzader ann coulter is already making an election prediction saying mitt romney will win the election and here is why. >> people are really suffering out there. people are unemployed or under employed, 23 million unemployed. and most of all everyone sees obama care coming down the track. that is really -- that's the end of america. if we don't return that in the next few years it's a pathetic western air country without the charming cobble stone streets and without america out there to protect us. kierding to obama's treasury his own treasury secretary geithner 2009 report says our programs medicare medicaid social security plus interest on the national debt within 10 years we
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will consume 92 percent of the federal budget. that's $0.08 leftover of every federal dollar to pay for the entire military, for food safety. >> time to get your election day forecast with maria molina. see what people will be facing as they head out to the polls today. maria? >> good to see you. good morning everyone. good news across the country. we are expecting rel it ha rela quiet weather. through the northeast it's a cold morning wide temperatures across the 40s. lingering in new york city. across parts of wisconsin invest a quick moving disturb stance that will introduce rainshowers. it is holding up where snow showers will be mixing in on that as well. otherwise an yar you have low pressure will produce showers and thunderstorms.
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it does go down into portions of northern florida. otherwise those quiet temperatures in the 70s and 60s. big story is a nor' easter we are expecting wednesday into thursday. eventually tracking up the coast strengthening and what we do know is we are lacking at strong wind gusts for portions of massachusetts and down into parts of delaware with gusts up to 60 miles per hour. the exact track of the storm will determine what makes it. the forecast model is keeping storms further offshore bhiens it could be holding up for snow through parts of new hampshire and delaware. we will keep you posted of course looks like rain mixed with snow along the i 95 corridor. >> thank you maria molina. we appreciate it. >> now back to mitt romney and friends today. doug luzader live in washington
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with more for us. >> tough landscape for both of these guys. which states do you phit for th obama campaign. it is none of them. they have essentially stopped campaigning at this point. mitt romney added two states to the schedule today. ohio and pennsylvania. these are going to be critical states. they will be watching very closely. especially after the polls close and start getting results coming in. yesterday the romney campaign wraps things up in new hampshire. four electoral votes is going to be a tight race up there as well. it is where it all began for the romney campaign. so many months ago mitt romney announced his candidacy there. last nitrogen he asked the state for their support. >> if there is any one worried that the last four years are the best they can do if there is any one who feels the american dream is fading away. if there is any one who wonders if better jobs and better paychecks are a things of the
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past, i have a clear unequivocal message. with the right leadership america is going to come roaring back. >> and the romney campaign thinks they are going to do pretty well in new hampshire again four electoral votes up for grabs there. it could end up being very, very important. with voters heading to the poems in other states this morning romney is making a passionate plea for americans to stand with him to usher in a new direction. >> we have gone many long days and short nights and now we are close. the door to a briert future is there, it is open, it's waiting for us. i need your vote. mid your -- i need your help. walk with me. walk together. tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow. god bless you. >> we talked about mitt romney adding these two new pier rances today in ohio and pennsylvania. his running mate paul ryan will vote in wisconsin before heading to ohio and virginia.
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they will both wind up in massachusetts tonight in boston to watch all of the returns come in. doug luzader in washington thank you. >> being able to vote in a free election is a wonderful privilege in this country. everyone can get out and do it. not everyone is playing fair at the polls. there is already reports of multiple voter fraud problems across the country including in the key state of ohio. eric shawn has more from there. heather and patti ann while millions went to the polls there are concerns about possible voter fraud. there are several cases popping up now in several areas around the country. in iowa there is investigation into possible fraud involving voter registrations and absentee ballots. secretary of state of iowa is investigating. he told us we take all allegations of voter fraud
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seriously. we hired a criminal investigator to handle all of the allegations of voter praud in iowa. there was a ballot tampering investigation at the county clerk. may be filling in republican that voters left blank. voters registered at this vacant lot could be used for fraud. 18 people are registered to vote here even though the trailer park that was once here was removed three years ago. the voter integrity project is trying to stop fraud. >> they could take the information and utilize it fraudulently. that is unfortunate. >> ohio election say they will be on the lookout for election problems. if they see tort activities location coordinator there they are responsible for making sure that doesn't happen there. obviously if they see anything elts at the call o-- anything ey
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call our board. a woman was charged with trying to vote twice in loss a angeles. she voted last week and is trying to do it again. she is a registered republican. >> voter fraud@foxnews.com to report voter fraud. the time now is 41 after the top of the hour. the election has come down to a few key swing states. many say it has come down to ohio. >> we have a take on the numbers you don't want to miss that. ate. but because of business people like you,
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>> ohio both wan candidates want the crucial 18 electoral votes. ohio knows all eyes are on them. >> everybody is deciding on ohio. >> live from cleveland where voting begins in less than an hour. good morning. a >> early voting takes place in the last month or so. the numbers are down a bit for 2008. less voters this time. early vote something now complete. candidates were in ohio yesterday. they were in columbus. mitt romney made stops in columbus. we expect mitt romney will be at the airport around 11:30 today.
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joe biden expected to at 11:00. rural areas oare republican. that's why ohio is a swing state. >> live for us in cleveland. thank you. >> thank you patti ann. >> ohio/new hampshire. new hampshire is a dead heat ohio is close. there is intensities with romney and republicans will be counted in the polls anyway. if romney does that he wins. colorado is a dead heat and wisconsin has been republican for the last two years through the mid term elections and three recalls. they have the favorite son paul ryan. finally obama doesn't win the state.
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>> got all that? what can we expect tonight out of the crucial battle ground state. fox news contributor advisor of co host campaign insiders is with me every weekend. ohio we heard the reporters say does it all come down to ohio? >> i think the simplest way for governor romney to win is to win ohio. by contrast for president obama with charles krauthammer is for governor romney to win ohio from president obama. >> they had 18 electoral votes there. it comes down to the magic number of 270. you heard charles coming up with a different way they could win. how do you think it shapes out? >> i think that if president obama as the late polls suggest wins ohio the only alternative for governor romney is to win wisconsin and colorado which is the most plausible alternative scenario or something he has been focusing on since friday
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pennsylvania. >> how realistic do you think a win there is for romney? >> i have been polling pennsylvania as well. tightening up to the point where it is within three or four points. there have been no credible polls that have governor romney even or ahead in pennsylvania. it will take more of a swing for governor romney to win the keystone state. >> 24 electoral votes, who wins there? >> i think governor romney will win pennsylvania and florida. virginia is tied up. new hampshire is dead blocked. governor has to go up the eastern sea board to win. >> in ohio and pennsylvania will that do them any good? >> not a close election. you never want to feel you left any stone unturned.
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>> new hampshire four electoral votes. he can get himself to 265, 267 electoral votes new hampshire and nevada is leading to president obama could make all of the difference. >> should people stay up late or wake up early? >> staying up late makes a little more sense. we will know about ohio 10:30, 11:00 at night you will have a general friend by 10:30, 11:00. anybody watching now would probably be served to try to stay up a little late. >> we will hold you to it. >> thousands of people still don't have power or water after super storm sandy. but they can vote. the question is will they? it is your last chance to answer the question for the day.
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what is driving you to the polls today? not the 4-wheel drive. what is inspiring you to vote. we are reading your e-mails next. >> my wife is driving me to the polls later today. we are going to vote at new jersey at 10:30. of course it is election day. coming up we have senator kelly iot from new hampshire. don't the american people deserve answers on what happened in benghazi from the president before we vote? the meter is running. rob portman standing by talking about why mitt romney is going to win ohio. eric cantor talking about the gridlock we have had in washington, d.c. going forward after today after the election. they give the president's sided gill lepro -- ed gillespie how some people won races by one vote. you have to vote today.
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>> many people still affected from hurricane sandy. they allow residents to cast ballots at any polling place they can recchi specially hard hit staten island. that is where wnyw is. >> good morning to you heather. werner in a poll site in midland beach staten island. one of the hardest hit by hurricane sandy. i want to show you over here this school has become a donation site for victims of the
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hurricane. this poll site still has no power but in a couple minutes people will be showing up to vote. it will have a generator. some other voting locations in staten island had to be moved as a result of this hurricane. one of the locations that was supposed to be used as a poll site is now being used as an evacuation center. board of elections officials say shuttle buses will be made available to get voters to and from these different poll locations. that is the latest from virginia beach staten island. back to you in the studio, heather. >> we want to know what is driving you to the polls today. here are some of tyour response. the future of my grandchildren. i want them to have the same chance at the american dream that i had. greg saying it has been over 20-years since i voted, today i am going to vote because i believe our country depends on
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